I am happy to report that on a hot, muggy but fine night, over forty people came to the Charles M. Bailey Public Library to hear Susan Poulin and her alter ego, Ida LeClair. Susan was her usual funny, brilliant self, and as she read from Finding Your Inner Moose, laughter filled the events room at the library.
By the end of the evening, everyone was smiling, and in a world that is often not funny at all, how good it was to get together with other people and laugh and then laugh some more. Truly, it felt like a gift.
Another gift was having Susan over for supper where we could chat and catch up on what’s happening in our lives. We don’t see each other as often as we’d like, and when we do get together, the time just speeds by.
So, two gifts on a summer night—supper with Susan and laughter at the library.